VIRTUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING & PROGRAM
– January 28, at 7:00PM
All Members and Friends are invited to share in virtual fellowship, updated information and future plans at our monthly ZOOM MEMBERSHIP MEETING.
– Program Chair Larry Goodman will present a video program “The Roseate Spoonbill in Florida: The Pink Canary in the Coal Mine,” presented by Jerry Lorenz of Audubon Florida. (Just select and/or paste the link below into your browser to join). We look forward to seeing you at our totally interactive meeting.
CLICK HERE AT 7PM ON JAN. 28 TO JOIN MEETING https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84869717599?pwd=N1gwOGZOUitlRnlyb0JBcFhiaytkQT09
Marianne heard the soft thump against the sliding glass door of my bedroom.
Yes a bird, lying as if dead, at the base of the window. We got down our knees to get a better look.
A Hermit Thrush migrating through our woods—a fall regular this time of year. Killed? …more
We lived in Sierra Leone, on the Northwest coast of Africa, for three years.
It’s the most primitive country we’ve ever lived in with very little infrastructure.
Steve worked six days a week, getting a weekend off every six weeks. His work entailed
It was an uneventful mid-November day in 1992.
The phone call came from my friend Paul who lived in northern Georgia.
A Crescent-chested Warbler, a real mega-tick that strayed from Mexico had been found at Patagonia in SE Arizona.
RARE WINTER VISITORS
Michael Brower enjoyed 6 days of rare winter visitors to his feeders in Gulf Breeze, Summer Tanager, and Purple Finches.
Thank you for sharing your spectacular photos.